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Miranda Kerr: mother, wife, model

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"I always thought I would have three [children]. And now I'm just trying to enjoy Flynn, and they say the first three years of the child's life are really important, so I want to make sure ... that he gets, you know, the attention and the love and the nurturing that he really needs. So we'll see what happens."

"I always thought I would have three [children]. And now I'm just trying to enjoy Flynn, and they say the first three years of the child's life are really important, so I want to make sure ... that he gets, you know, the attention and the love and the nurturing that he really needs. So we'll see what happens."

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